Stainless Steel DIN 1.4404 Channels are composed primarily of iron, chromium and nickel. Iron forms the largest component at 67-70%, followed by 16-18% chromium which gives this material its strong corrosion resistance, and 11-15% nickel which helps its mechanical properties. Other elements like manganese and silicon are also present in smaller amounts to stabilize the steel against potential environmental hazards. Despite its chemical complexity, this type of stainless steel is extremely versatile as an industrial material and is one of the most popular grades available today due to its superior level of performance.
SS DIN 1.4404 channels offer a variety of useful applications and properties that make them a great choice in commercial and industrial settings. Their strength, rust resistance, and newly polished finish prevent surface scratches, stains, and corrosion even in extreme weather conditions. They are durable enough to withstand external forces and can be curved into almost any shape while maintaining much of their strength properties. They can be used to create columns and supports in construction projects or equipment parts used in machinery with high resistance to temperature variations without suffering any damage. All this makes stainless steel DIN 1.4404 channels versatile and convenient for all engineering solutions.